Caelestrus Cycle

Caelestrus Cycle

While most Boxil fungus were bred in the laboratory and sterilized, recent evidence suggests that the sex lives of the so called labouring fungus were anything but boring.

All Boxil were trimaphroditic, possessing three to six genders depending on genera. During their Caelestrus Cycle the wild Boxil came into heat, releasing a cloud of spores into the air to begin the fertilization process and attract potential mates. Encounters between fertile Boxil were violent and sometimes lethal. Boxil encountering each other in the wild fought ferociously until the weaker individual relented to its opponent’s Schaelod Kryl.

The recent discovery of wild Boxil’s trimaphroditic genital structure seems to lend credence to Doctor Thien’s radical “Zothoidal Digenisyzism” theory, suggesting that caelestizing Boxil didn’t restrict their mating urges to other Boxil.

  • Written by Reinink Tardieu, the Self Originate

Caelestrus Cycle

Sealed Texts of the Sundered Age Sakla